Recently in India, a once deserted and disregarded wildlife preserve has begun to show signs of improvement and recovery. The signs of recovery have been documented via cameras placed in various locations in the area to record the efforts. Among the various evidence that the area is recovering, the most interesting discovery are the new species in the reserve that have yet to be named by Zoological Survey of India.
The Zoological Survey of India was established in 1916 with the organization’s main point of emphasis being to study all of the various species of animals from the depths of the oceans all the way up to the highest peaks of mountains. The new species of animals that have been discovered are a crab eating mongoose, a yellow-throated marten, a Himalayan serow and hoary-bellied squirrel.
These discoveries go on to prove that the Earth is still more than capable of recovering itself from disasters. Animals and nature are both still proving their natural abilities to adapt to situations and environments which in turn allow their species to live on for many generations.
In Florida, there are many wildlife preserves that are very similar to the recovering area in India. Wild Florida offers air boat rides in Florida where you can see similar protected swamps and preserves with animals. The list of animal’s and different species in the area range from gators, birds, eagles, and more with a large variety of plants and trees as well. Be sure to book our air boat rides in Florida and learn more about our wildlife preserve by calling us at 407-901-2563.